This Saturday, March 18 join one of the finest purveyors of real Americana mountain disco, Poor Man’s Whiskey, at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco.
Check out this no nonsense, straight to the point promotional video put together by the band and shared on Facebook:
Combining the old school instrumentation of traditional bluegrass and country bands – mandolins, banjos, violins and other acoustic noise makers – with the contemporary (keyboard assortment and distorted guitar) against the fervent energy of a disco beat, Poor Man’s Whiskey transforms an otherwise timeless genre into something completely original.
With a mix of originals that could only be conceived among the magic of the Santa Cruz mountains and their uncanny late-night party takes on spaced out Pink Floyd or Grateful Dead tunes, PMW is a damn good time that you don’t want to miss.
Opening the show will be San Francisco based singer songwriter David Luning. Luning will also be opening two of the six shows Jackie Green has planned at the Sweetwater in Mill Valley before embarking with Greene across the country for a tour.